About Sadaharu – a baseball player, was born on May 20, 1940 in Tokyo, Japan. Best known as an unbeatable baseball home runner in the world.
Throughout his sports career, Sadaharu Oh made 868 home runs in Japan’s main baseball league. Sadaharu is also known for his posture at the time of filing, reminiscent of flamingos. Sadaharu in the “Yomiuri Giants” from 1959 to 1980 in 15 different seasons showed the leading game on home runs. The overall results of the circular runs made Sadahara the world leader in home runs. The baseball player surpassed the kings of the American league Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron. Although the American supreme baseball league is considered superior in talent to Japanese. Then Sadaharu O began to lead the teams “Yomiuri Giants”, “Fukuoka Hawks”. Now he is considered the leading figure in Japanese sports.
Additional information: Sadaharu wears uniform # 1, plays at the first base, strikes with the left hand. The average level of his success is 0.301. Father Sadaharu was Chinese, and his mother was Japanese. Despite the fact that Sadaharu grew up in Japan, he is considered by law to be Chinese, and according to the passport, a Taiwanese. In the biography of Sadaharu O in September 1977, Aaron’s record was broken in 756 home runs. In 2006, Sadaharu was diagnosed with cancer. Part of his stomach was removed, but he still continued to lead the “Fukuoka Hawks”. His wife Keko died of stomach cancer in 2001. The San Francisco baseball star Barry Bonds in 2007 set a record of 756 home runs.